Community you can count on.

On-campus housing for your second year and beyond.

Living on campus means staying immersed in a supportive community and focused on the things that matter.


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Reasons to live on campus

Current students save $1,200

Get a $1,200/year ($400/term) rebate off your room rate, and up to a 20% discount on food on campus.


Amenities included.

Rates include laundry, internet, utilities, cleaning for community restrooms and common areas, free streaming for Pac-12 sports, movies and TV, and eligibility for on-campus food delivery.


One bill in one place.

Living on campus means only one bill, and no required deposits, security fees, or credit checks.

Safety and Security.

Professional staff reside in all buildings, and buildings are locked 24/7 for student safety. UHDS staff are there to help students manage the stress of college life.

Expanded dining plan options.

Current OSU students have an additional dining plan option for 2021-22. Dining plan 5 is a smaller plan available only to current OSU students; it may be a good fit for students wishing to cook more of their own meals, or who expect to begin the year with a large rollover balance. See the details below.


Flexible contracts with no subleasing worries.

Students moving out for OSU-sponsored or affiliated academic opportunities can cancel their UHDS contract with no penalty.


Communities just for second-year and above students.

Returning students get first pick of rooms on campus and have access to wings, floors and entire buildings set aside for second-year and above students.

Community options

Apartments, Rooms and Suites

Second-year and above students are eligible for apartment-style options that aren't available to first-year students. If you would like to live in an on-campus community outside of the halls listed below, email UHDS for individual assistance.

Select your own space.

Students who apply by the priority housing deadline (April 5, 2021), can select their own on-campus space and can select roommates and suitemates of any gender identity.


Halsell Hall: apartment-style suites
  • Gender-inclusive community; you may have roommates and suitemates of any gender identity
  • In-suite bathroom, furnished living room, and kitchenette
  • Extra microfridge in every bedroom within the suite
  • More about Halsell


Halsell suite options
  • Four bedroom (five person): three single bedrooms, one double bedroom
  • Two bedroom (four person): one double bedroom, one triple bedroom (triple rooms will not be filled to capacity for the 2021-22 year)

Halsell floor plans

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Tebeau Hall

Three-bedroom suites

  • In-suite bathroom and double vanities
  • One microfridge in each suite
  • Full kitchens for residents on every floor
  • More about Tebeau


Tebeau suite options
  • three bedroom (six person): three double bedrooms
  • three bedroom (five person): one single bedroom, two double bedrooms (limited availability of this suite type)

Tebeau floor plan

Tebeau video tour image


Wilson Hall, 6th floor, west wing

Double-as-single rooms

  • Live in a double-sized bedroom with no roommate
  • Floor offers single-user restrooms and gender-inclusive multi-user restrooms
  • This wing is adjacent to OSU's Pride Community; rooms here are best suited for those who consider themselves an ally of the LGBTQ+ community
  • More about Wilson


Wilson room info
  • Double-as-single rooms
  • includes two beds, two desks, and two wardrobes
  • No roommate will be assigned

Wilson floor plan

Wilson video tour image


Sackett Hall, B wing

multiple room types in a wing just for second-year and above students

  • Double and triple rooms, many with walk-in closets and sleeping porches
  • Building offers multiple kitchens, large lounges and study spaces
  • Shared, multi-user restrooms
  • More about Sackett


Sackett Hall room options
  • double rooms
  • triple rooms (only two roommates will be assigned to triple rooms for the 2021-22 school year; triple rooms will not be filled to capacity)

Sackett Hall floor plans

See a list of Sackett rooms by layout type

Hawley & Buxton first and second floors

community for second-year and above engineering students

  • Single and double room options
  • Large kitchen and lounge just for second-year and above residents
  • Single-user restrooms on the first floor and in Hawley & Buxton second floor corner suites
  • More about Hawley & Buxton


Hawley + Buxton room options
  • double rooms
  • single rooms

Hawley + Buxton sample floor plan

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ILLC fifth floor

suite-style rooms


ILLC room options

ILLC sample floor plan


Callahan Hall, 6th floor

double rooms on a floor just for second-year and above students

  • Rooms offer built-in desks, shelving and wardrobes
  • Large, recently remodeled kitchen on the fourth floor
  • Shared, multi-user restrooms
  • More about Callahan


Callahan Hall room options

Callahan sample floor plan


Additional Communities

Options for many interests


Other community options
  • multiple room types available in halls across campus
  • triple rooms and economy triple rooms will not be filled to capacity for the 2021-22 school year
  • If you wish to select a room that is not in a designated second-year and above community, contact our office.

Contract Details

Housing locations

Second-year and above students have first pick of rooms on campus and may live in any hall; however, most choose to live in one of our second-year and above communities. If you would like to live in a room outside of one of these communities, email UHDS for individual assistance.


Contract & contract fee

After applying for housing, students must sign a 2021-22 Room & Dining contract before they can select a room. The contract will be available for students to sign beginning April 6, 2021.

An $50 contract fee will be charged to your student account after you select or are assigned a room. The $50 fee will be assessed in conjunction with fall term housing charges and will appear on the University bill that is issued in September.

The deadline to cancel your contract with no cancellation fee is May 15, 2021.

Discount details 

$1,200 room rate discount is available only to current OSU students.

Transfers from other institutions and new students are not eligible for returning resident discount.

Discount will be applied to student accounts once per academic term in the amount of $400.

If a student moves out of the halls mid-term/year and breaks their contract this discount is forfeited.


Dining Plan 5

Dining Plan 5 is a new plan available only to current OSU students who are applying to live on campus beginning in Fall 2021. Dining Plan is $2,100/year ($700/term). In addition to the smaller plan, students living on campus continue to receive a 20 percent discount on dining center meals, and can continue to spend any rollover balance they remaining from previous years.